Entanglement of Memories in Mesoamerica and Applications in the Palenque Region
Author(s): Kimberly Salyers
As social archaeologists, we have long affirmed the fluidity of social structures, yet we continue to experience proactive interference from the political economy lessons long embedded in our memory. Through the review of social memory applications in Mesoamerica, this paper discusses how the battle between the individual and the social approaches to memory fall victim to our current entanglements of memory. Building from this review, I will consider how incorporating applications of ArcGIS and ceramic analysis in the Palenque Region aim to untangle the views of lowland Maya’s political economy and memory.
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Entanglement of Memories in Mesoamerica and Applications in the Palenque Region. Kimberly Salyers. Presented at The 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Orlando, Florida. 2016 ( tDAR id: 404399)
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